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voice (n.) 1vote, official support
voice (n.) 2support, approval, good word
voice (n.) 3authoritative opinion, judgement
voice (n.) 4talk, rumour, opinion
voice (n.) 5shout of acclamation, cry of applause
voice (v.) 1vote, elect, appoint
voice (v.) 2talk about, acclaim, praise
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Cor III.iii.59 [Coriolanus to Sicinius, of himself] being passed for consul with full voice
Cym III.v.116 [Cloten to Pisanio] thou shouldst neither want my means for thy relief, nor my voice for thy preferment
Ham I.iii.68 [Polonius to Laertes] Give every man thine ear, but few thy voice
JC II.i.146 [Metellus to all, of Cicero] his silver hairs / Will ... buy men's voices to commend our deeds
MND I.i.54 [Theseus to Hermia] in this kind, wanting your father's voice, / The other [Demetrius] must be held the worthier
MW I.iv.151 [Fenton to Mistress Quickly] let me have thy voice in my behalf
Oth.I.iii.257 [Othello to Duke, of Desdemona] Let her have your voice
RJ I.ii.19 [Capulet to Paris] My will to her consent is but a part, / And, she agreed, within her scope of choice / Lies my consent and fair according voice
TC V.iii.74 [Hector to Priam, of going to fight] give me leave / To take that course by your consent and voice